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Can the Java Micro Runtime Environment be used to run java applets on a PC? If yes, how?
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Question by:Bunix
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by:venishjoe
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Hai,

     You can write applet but  writing an applet is challenging, wait until you try to fit an application into the 30K of memory some cellphones provide!

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Venish
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Hai,

Well then the applets in J2ME are called as MIDlets so  move to MIDLets from Applets

J2ME MIDlets are applications which you can run on any mobile phone or PDA that supports Java. MIDP 1.0 MIDlets should be supported by nearly any Java device. MIDP 2.0 support is much more rare.

For Further Refrence

http://www.zdnetindia.com/techzone/coding/stories/33795.html
www.devx.com/Nokia/Article/6939
www.forum.nokia.com/articles/midlets/j2memidlets.html
www.r4k.net/midlets
www.zelix.com/klassmaster/docs/ tutorials/j2meTutorial.html
www.rococosoft.com/downloads/pdf/j2me_midlets.pdf 
developers.sun.com/techtopics/mobility/ midp/questions/obfuscate

Hope this helps

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Venish
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someman4oneman earned 125 total points
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If you mean use the midlet code on a PC without a rewrite then you need.

http://www.me4se.org/
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